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good morning, america. triple-threat. the son of isaac, now drenching the south. more than a foot of relentless rains and winds, doubling back on isaac's devastating path. and now, two, big hurricanes brewing in the atlantic. bill's big night. clinton fires up the democratic convention. >> i want to nominate a man who's cool on the outside. but who burns for america on the inside. >> obama comes on stage for a surprise hug. as leaks from a new book show confusion and dysfunction in the white house and congress. and caught on tape. the harrowing moments of a bank manager with a bomb strapped around her stomach. forced to open the vault. throwing bags of cash out the back door. now, the thieves are on the run.
and pippa takes manhattan by storm, popping up in all of the hot spots. is she headed for the centre court of the u.s. open to the catwalk. is she really hunting for a home? and does she have a new man? and good morning, america, from charlotte. robin is with her family in mississippi. glad to have elizabeth vargas with us again today. and what a night it was here at the democratic convention. president clinton made a little bit of history last night. he's the first former president ever to nominate a current president. and he seemed to love every single minute. and he was up there 48 minutes, i think it was. the crowd loved him right back. and, josh, he did set a high bar for president obama tonight. >> he sure did. concerns he might upstage
president obama with that speech last night. but that hug we see there may have diffused all of that talk. we'll be with you, george, in charlotte in moments. also coming up here, a shocking story. a teenage boy falls into a pipe. travels almost a mile underground. inside. a miraculous survival story in moments. she's the stunning actress making headlines around the world, tom cruise's alleged girlfriend before katie holmes. so who is nazanin boniadi? we'll have her story just ahead. let's get to the storms brewing right now. sam has been tracking the triple threat overnight, including the new storm brewing. the son of isaac they're calling it. hi, sam. >> i saw that yesterday. and i had to snicker a little bit. part of isaac is leaving the east coast. another part is putting together in the gulf coast. let's concentrate on the pulsating circles of concern in the atlantic. michael, the biggest system so far, a cat 3, will likely stay in the atlantic. leslie, we'll show you that
path. that storm system will actually cruise by the u.s. coastline. closest, probably, by the time we get into tuesday. it will whip up rough surf and beach erosion. then, there's this. the storm that could possibly be named nadine, if it can spin and get control of itself in the stronger waters. but it's, right now, all guidance says it will wander across the panhandle of florida and maybe out into the atlantic. this time of year, we get the jet stream that pushes down and doesn't really let a lot of systems spend time op the eastern seaboard. we've got to watch it moment by moment. but that is a big rainmaker in places of the country that just don't need more rain. george. >> thank you, sam. it was quite a night here in charlotte last night. president clinton and president obama have not been the closest of friends for the last several years. but you would not know it last night. an electrifying endorsement of president obama from the former president. tonight, the current president takes the stage to officially accept his party's nomination. it's "your voice, your vote." jake tapper kicks off our coverage this morning.
and the white house might have been within their rights to be a little wary of president clinton. but not in the end. >> reporter: no. as you point out, theirs is a complicated relationship. a psycho drama, if you will. for that reason, the white house views president clinton as almost an independent voice, to validate president obama's economic arguments. that's what they wanted him to do last night. and that's what he did. theirs has been a tumultuous relationship. but the former president's endorsement of the current one was strong and unflinching. >> i want to nominate a man who's cool on the outside. but who burns for america on the inside. and, by the way, after last night, i want a man who had the good sense to marry michelle obama. >> reporter: clinton had two basic arguments. one, that while the republicans
are intransigent, the president, like him, is all about cooperation, having named republicans and former rivals to his cabinet. >> heck. he even appointed hillary. >> reporter: point two, that the president, like him, supports economic principles that will work. while the republicans do not. the former president had several other points to make. >> the republican argument against the president's re-election was actually pretty simple. we left him a total mess. he hasn't cleaned it up fast enough. so, fire him and put us back in. >> reporter: former president clinton and the arena gave an answer to the question that obama campaign officials seemed to stumble on earlier this week. >> but are we better off than we were when he took office? >> reporter: afterwards, president obama electrified the audience by surprising them by joining president clinton on stage. offering a bro hug and a personal presidential applause for a former rival, to which the former president said simply,
thanks. of course, until that moment, it had been kind of a weird day for the democratic convention, george. lots of infighting about the party platform. and then, of course, the big news they were moving president obama's big speech from the huge outdoor arena to the smaller venue. but at the end of the day, a very well-received speech from former president clinton. >> no question. jake tapper, thanks very much. as the white house gears up for president obama's speech tonight, they're confronting new headlines from journalist bob woodward. in his new book, "the price of politics," the man behind the watergate scoops has an inside look at last year's showdown over the federal debt ceiling. abc's jon karl has a first look. and it's not a pretty picture. >> reporter: no, it is not. the book reveals distrust and dysfunction at the highest levels of government. and almost complete inability to deal with the nation's most pressing economic challenge. it happened last summer after an almost complete inability to
deal with the nation's most pressing economic challenge. it happened last summer after president obama and speaker of the house, john boehner, secretly tried to strike a deal to rein in the national debt. woodward said the stakes were much higher than almost anybody realized. >> you talk about it, essentially 44 days that were the equivalent, the financial equivalent of the cuban missile crisis? >> it's so serious, they couldn't tell the world how bad it was at the time. >> reporter: in "the price of politics," which will be published on september 11th, woodward writes the two men were astonishingly close to actually getting it done. a mix of $4 trillion in spending cuts and tax increases. and negotiated over golf and on the white house's truman balcony. but as they were closing in on the deal, woodward writes president obama asked that more tax increases be included. for boehner, that was a deal-breaker. he wasn't going to get a damn dime more from me boehner told woodward. he knew how far out on a limb i
was. at that point, boehner didn't even bother to return the president's calls. instead, telling reporters, the talks were over. only then, did he call the president back. boehner describes the call as angry, saying it was a, quote, presidential tirade. telling woodward, the president was spewing coals. i was pretty angry, the president told woodward. there's no doubt, i thought it was profoundly irresponsible at that stage not to call me back immediately and let me know what was going on. to woodward, the total breakdown of the talks reflected badly on everyone, especially the president. it was increasingly clear that no one was running washington. that was trouble for everyone. but especially for obama. the breakdown wasn't that surprising. almost complete lack of communication between the president and congressional republicans. in fact, when republicans won control of the house in 2010 and the president wanted to call john boehner to congratulate him, nobody in the white house had his phone number. george? >> thanks, jon. diane will have an exclusive interview on "world news" and "nightline" on monday, with bob woodward. he'll be talking to us right
here on tuesday. right now we want to welcome the president's top strategist, david plouffe. talk about last night and a lot more. david, welcome. >> good morning, george. >> president obama looked pretty happy when he walked on stage to give president clinton a hug. what did he say to the president? >> you know, he made a very effective case. he made a terrific speech, i think. a very powerful case for the kind of economy we're trying to build in this country that's centered on the middle-class. i think there's very few people in the country with enough credibility to make that case, as he did. so i think we've got a first couple of great nights here in charlotte. and i think we're doing a lot of good for the president's campaign. >> president clinton raised the bar for president obama tonight. >> well, we're telling a story here. the first lady's speech was very impactful. really spoke from the heart. i think president clinton laid out powerfully the president's record. and the choice in the selection. and the president tonight is going to talk about his record, but the path in front of the country. >> much more specific from the president in what he wants to do in a second term? >> i don't want to get ahead of the president's speech. but i think folks, after
watching the president's speech tonight, will have a very clear sense of where he wants to go economically, and the path we need to take. and obviously, you have two parties as president clinton laid out so well last night with very divergent views for the right economic path for the country. >> but president clinton said that president obama has been committed to cooperation with republicans. and no matter what happens in november, even if the president wins, the cast of characters will be pretty much the same. that bob woodward book points out that the white house wasn't fully repaired and didn't quite know how to work with the republicans. i think what a lot of people wonder is, how is it going to be different the next time? >> i'd step back and say, we've worked with the republicans in congress when they're willing. we've cut taxes for the middle-class. we cut over a trillion dollars in spending. more than what's called the simpson plan. we helped entrepreneurs do things like that. we've worked with them on important things. >> big change of plans tonight. the president was supposed to be speaking in that stadium. he's going to be in this hall instead. the republicans are not buying
your argument that this is about the weather. the chairman of the republican national committee said that the democrats must be having trouble filling the seats. >> that is just preposterous. we were going to have a sold-out crowd and probably people in an overflow room. but the weather is what it is. we couldn't take a chance with people's safety. >> isn't that predictable? north carolina in august? >> sure. we knew it was a possibility when we made the decision to locate the convention here and planned to do the speech outside. but we always had a contingency plan. i think the american people are less interested in where he's going to give the speech than what he's going to say. we think tonight will be great cap to what has been a very important week. >> i think you're having a pretty good week. but it seems like nothing can break the tie in this race. are you ready to predict a real bounce coming out of north carolina? >> this is a very tight race. we've always believed that there's very little elasticity in the election. i don't think you should expect a big bounce. i think this is a race where we've got a small but important lead in some battleground states. it's going to be very, very close all the way out. but i think the republicans had
an opportunity last week to lay out to the american people what they would do for the middle-class. our sense is they missed the mark. we think we're making a lot of progress this week, but again you're not seeing big bounces in this election. for the next 61 days, it will remain as tight as a tip. >> david plouffe, thanks very much. >> thanks, george. diane and i will have live coverage of the president's speech, the last night of the democratic convention at 10:00 eastern. let's go to josh and the rest of the headlines. >> all right, george. we'll be back in charlotte in just moments. we're going to begin with the manhunt in los angeles right now for a gunman that claimed to kidnap a bank manager and tied a bomb around her waist during a daring bank robbery. you see aerial shots of it right now. at this hour, new questions are surfacing. one of them, was the manager actually involved in the plot all along? here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: the bank manager, allegedly ordered to rob her own bank. police say her nightmare began around 8:00 wednesday morning when the two men approached her outside her home as she was leaving for work.
she told police the men ordered her to strap a device to her stomach and then drive to the bank >> she was told it was a bomb. >> reporter: fearing for her life, police say she did exactly as she was told, open the vaults and true bags of cash out the back door. the robbers who never set their foot in the building made their escape before cops and the bomb squad arrived on the scene. >> they very carefully removed that device from her body. >> reporter: a bomb squad robot detonated the device, which turned out to be a very convincing fake, leaving some to question if the bank manager was involved. >> it's one of the logical things you have to look at, though. they have to find the trail of how the bad guys learned who she was and where she lived. >> reporter: police are treating her as a victim. the bomb was not real. but the robbers made off with a lot of cash. >> a significant amount of money was taken. that's clear.
>> reporter: those bank robbers with the money, they are still in the run, multiple agencies on their tail. los angeles is no stranger to audacious bank robberies but this is on a different level. >> nick watt, in los angeles. thank you for that. meanwhile, another big jump in cases of west nile virus. up 25% in the last week alone. there's almost 2,000 confirmed cases of the disease. 87 people have died from bites from infected mosquitos. most of them in texas. the numbers are expected to grow through next month. and a new report about head injuries in pro football. researchers found that former nfl players are four-times more likely to die from a brain disease, such as alzheimer's or a.l.s., commonly known as lou gehrig's disease than the rest of the u.s. population. the nfl just donated $30 million for brain injury research. and remaining in the sports
world. major upset in tennis last night. top-seeded roger federer out at the u.s. open. he fell to number six seed tomas berdych. his earliest exit from the tournament in nine years. but the real emotion came earlier in the day from the american, andy roddick, losing his match to juan martin del potro, then making good on a promise to retire. only in the sports world can 30 years old be considered time to go. wiping tears after a standing ovation for a likely hall-of-famer, andy roddick. thanks for the memories. and finally, everybody loves a good implosion. only one problem with this one. a crowd actually gathered in paris to watch crews take down the apartment complex. everything looked fine. but then the wind shifted. >> oh, no. >> and here comes the cloud of dust through the debris. sam, you never told anybody about the clouds of dust. >> yeah, yeah. no, generally the winds west-northwest. look out. this is the best part. they decided it was the best
time to turn up the classical music playing at the event. this is not music we're playing right now. this is actually what was happening. the music apparently worked. >> shade of the "titanic" and the string quartet. >> can you adjust the chairs? that was lovely. >> that music was soothing for folks running from the debris. i know it's september. and a lot of places are thinking about cooling down. oh, wait a minute. we're not weather yet? >> are you big footing me? >> whoo whoo /*! >> elizabeth? elizabeth? tell me something wonderful. >> thank you, sam. it's actually a very serious story. because it's an unbelievable survival story. a harrowing tale involving a 14-year-old who fell into a drainpipe. he was sucked underground in a terrifying ordeal, traveling almost a mile before he was thankfully was rescued. alex perez has more. >> reporter: not even buckets of rain could stop jeff laporta and his buddy from having a good time. >> there was a big puddle.
i was splashing through them and stuff, having fun. >> reporter: until mother nature pulled a trick on him. >> i fell right in there. >> reporter: what laporta thought was a shallow puddle in his town of parma, ohio, was a deep creek swollen with rain water. within seconds carrying the stunned teenager right into this drainpipe. >> it's like somebody putting you in a whirlpool. and spinning you around and getting your head knocked on the wall. >> reporter: and the scrapes and bruises on his legs and the six stitches in his arm only tell part of the frightening ordeal. the rushing water sucked laporta into the drainpipe. tumbling some 1500 feet. all along, he was gasping for air as the water rose over his head. >> i took a deep breath. i just stayed. and i was not going to give up. >> reporter: neither was his friend, who immediately flagged down help. firefighters searched for any sign of laporta. manhole after manhole, finally, about 40 minutes later they
heard a screech. >> they lifted the manhole cover and said, hey, buddy, are you all right down there? he's crying. he was terrified. >> reporter: afraid he would never make it out, laporta could barely believe his eyes when he saw the firefighter's flashlight. >> i saw the light. i'm like. in my head i'm like thank you, lord. i was praying. >> reporter: saved from a whirlwind ride he never expected and will certainly never forget. for "good morning america," alex perez, abc news, chicago. >> wow. what a ride. >> staggering story. sam? >> hi. >> you're still here. >> i am. i know. somewhere, i heard this before. but a lot of people are expecting cooler air in september. >> no? >> yes. >> really? >> some say. but believe it or not, a big part of the country is still in heat. 104 will be a record today in dallas. let's show you where that heat is. look how much of the country -- san angelo, 104. austin, 102. houston, 95 degrees. oklahoma city, 101.
this heat spreads into st. louis and gets pushed down quickly by a shot of cooler, fall-like air. but those numbers are still pretty big today. with that push of cooler air will come some strong storms. dodge city, omaha, you're involved in it, kansas city, wichita, oklahoma city, amarillo, all getting big storms today.
>> more of -- more weather in the next half hour. >> you're having a great morning. >> i'm having a perfect morning. just so everyone knows, it's 80 in san diego for today. 85 in l.a. >> where should you be heading later? >> san diego. coming up on "good morning america," clash of the titans all caught on camera. the latest from the dramatic courtroom showdown between two megamoguls. one calling the other a maniac. plus, the woman making global headlines for her role as tom cruise's girlfriend before katie holmes. new details inside the story
last night the fire burned almost an hour. caltrans workers had to inspect the road for damage they found none and reopened the southbound lanes before 6:00 this morning. nobody was injured and no indication of what sparked the fire. sue followed that and the other trouble on the roads. still major back-up headed to the bay bridge from the eastbound side is a nightmare 880, 80 and 580 all jammed into the macarthur maze. at the toll bumper-to-bumper. other problem spot continues to be southbound 880 earlier accident at thornton several accidents cleared so traffic remains. >> when we come back
she is the stunning woman grabbing headlines around the world. nazanin boniadi, the actress at the center of the shocking allegations about tom cruise and his life before katie holmes. just who she is, on "good morning america." good morning, everyone. robin is in mississippi with her family. george is in north carolina, at the democratic convention. >> i'm on the empty floor right now. it was packed last night for bill clinton. the speech that fired up the crowd and got a hug at the end from president obama. and how about that bow from bill clinton. i was talking to obama aides who said, he did everything they needed him to do.
they raised the bar for president obama tonight. they argue he cleared the way for president obama, to talk less about the past and more about the future. well see if that's going to happen. it will be inside right here, not at the stadium, as planned. and diane and i will have full coverage starting at 10:00 eastern. lara? >> thank you, george. we will shock you, george. we're going to talk about pippa. pippa and the city, likes a "sex and the city" play there. she is popping up all over the big apple. so, we asked. does she have a new man? and is she hunting for a home here? all of the details on our favorite it girl. >> by our, you mean our. and the lucky ducks. i don't want to give it away. a real nail-biter. it takes me back to third grade. >> no, no, no. >> i didn't want to do this to you america. >> they're okay, right? >> i don't know. i don't know. >> come on. we're going to get right to the latest in the courtroom
showdown between two megamoguls with cameras rolling. caught in the middle, music legend quincy jones, in the trial pitting steve wynn against the creator of "girls gone wild," joe francis. abc's john schriffen has the details. >> reporter: legendary music producer, quinnty jones, is known for being behind some of pop music's biggest hits. but later this morning, he's expected to be front and center in an l.a. courtroom. >> quincy jones will drive up tomorrow morning with steve wynn and come into the courtroom and tell the truth. >> reporter: the 79-year-old is said to be the star witness in what's quickly becoming hollywood's most buzzed-about trial. on one side, steve wynn, the las vegas hotel and casino magnate. on the other, "girls gone wild" founder joe francis. francis says wynn threatened to kill him two years ago in an e-mail. >> he was going to hit me in the back of the head with a shovel
and bury me in the desert. >> reporter: wynn not only says that's false. he's suing for defamation. caught in the middle, is jones. friends with wynn, and slated to be the best man at francis' wedding. >> he says to me, if he doesn't settle with me, i'm not going to be the best man at his wedding. he refers to joe francis as a screwball, a maniac, worse than a villain. >> reporter: jones had been given a waiver not to testify on the stand because he is ill. >> i asked him, if he would come, his testimony would be important. >> reporter: francis' attorney, went after wynn. showing an interview in the '80s, and with cbs news. >> if i don't see this version in this edited tape, i will check both of you. >> reporter: the attorney says that tape showed wynn's temper. >> i have a temper and i lost it
on occasions. >> reporter: the case will come down not to wynn's temper, but to his typing. and what he did or didn't write in an e-mail. for "good morning america," john schriffen, abc news, new york. now, to the shocking sentencing after a deadly jet ski accident in hawaii this morning. a first look at the moment before the crash that cost one teenage girl her life. abc's dan harris has the story. >> reporter: for the first time this morning, we are seeing the moments leading up to the fatal jet ski crash in hawaii that left one vacationer dead and another behind bars. this video was shot by the girlfriend of the young man on that jet ski, tyson dagley, a 20-year-old australian tourist. moments later, the impact would cause the death of 16-year-old kristen fonseca. dagley pleaded no contest, to negligent homicide, which is a misdemeanor. at his sentencing hearing on wednesday, a searing scene.
dagley weeping, as the mother of kristen fonseca, her hands trembling. both her parents pleading with the court to give dagley the maximum one-year prison term. >> we go to sleep crying. we wake up crying. >> reporter: dagley, a carpet cleaner who worked for two years to pay for his hawaiian vacation, spoke out in his defense. >> i never meant any harm. >> reporter: kristen an her family were also in hawaii on vacation. it was a reward for the california teenager having done so well in school. one day after this happy picture was taken, however, she was dead. in an exclusive interview with australia 7 news, dagley said it wasn't expected. >> i was a 20-year-old on a jet ski having fun. >> reporter: in the end, the judge showed leniency. sentencing dagley to time
served, 12 days in jail. >> i'm appalled at this decision given all of the evidence in the case. >> i still can't fathom that 12 days in jail is enough for the life of a precious 16-year-old girl. >> reporter: just 12 days in jail. tyson dagley has to do 24 hours of community service and pay $80,000 of restitution to kristen's family. although, he only has to send the family $30 a month. elizabeth, over to you. >> thanks so much. for more, let's bring in "gma's" legal analyst, dan abrams. dan, allegedly, mr. dagley was standing up on the jet ski, speeding on the jet ski, and not looking where he was going. >> right. >> does this sentence surprise you? >> not really. and i know a lot of people are going to say, how can it not surprise you? someone killed someone else here. there's a lot of cases out there, car accidents where someone ends up killing someone
else. and sometimes they're not even charged. here, these been charged with a third-degree misdemeanor. that's a really low crime. >> if you kill somebody when you're driving because you're texts or talking on your cell phone, you do pay a price. >> depends. all those things would be a different possible analyses. it depends on how reckless you were. in this particular case, the prosecutor charged him with what's called simple negligence, the lowest standard. they're basically saying, he shouldn't have done this. we are going to charge him with a crime. but we don't believe his conduct rose to that higher level that would have exposed him to more time. when you're talking about up to a year in prison, it almost never, ever means a year in prison. so, if the prosecutors are upset about this, they should question why they charged him with a third-degree misdemeanor, as opposed to something more significant. >> a lot of questions about what is negligence and what isn't. >> that's right. >> dan abrams, thanks so much. time for the weather and sam
champion. hey, sam. >> hey, elizabeth. we're going to talk about the cooler push of air. if you see how the numbers go down. it's a 20-degree drop in locations. it's a good push of air that comes in after the heating of today. friday, you're 74. chicago, you go to 75 on friday. then, 69 on saturday. this is that real push of fall-like air. dallas gets into the 80s. even memphis goes down. that storm, leslie, off the coastline, that cruises by and even cruises by bermuda a little bit, they don't get the worst out of it. but there will be rough wind and a little beach erosion and waves. up to eight feet on that eastern seaboard, as that storm travels.
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7:43. we welcome you back. and we turn now to nazanin boniadi, the actress at the center of the stunning "vanity fair" claim that the church of scientology auditioned her to possibly be the next mrs. tom cruise. so, who is she? and how did she catch tom's eye? abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: until now, this iranian-born bombshell remained relatively unknown. but "vanity fair's" explosive report changed all that, with claims that actress nazanin boniadi had a secret relationship with tom cruise,
shortly before he began dating katie holmes. according to the article, the church of scientology auditioned devout scientologist actresses as potential love interests for cruise. and they chose boniadi as a candidate. she allegedly went through a month-long vetting process, before meeting cruise for the first time in 2004. >> she was beautiful. and she was very much an eager, eager scientologist. and she had no idea when it began, according to what i was told, that this was going to end up meeting tom cruise. >> reporter: maureen orth says the pair eventually became inseparable. but the relationship abruptly ended three months later, with claims boniadi wasn't as publicly affectionate as cruise wanted. and that she was disrespectful to the leader of the church of scientology. it was after the breakup that boniadi landed a role on "general hospital." where she became a regular and snagged an naacp for actress in
the role. boniadi received her bachelor degree in sciences from the university of california irvine. and now, the thing that's close to her heart is being an official spokesperson for amnesty international, as shown in this clip she posted on youtube. >> the call for freedom will not stop. >> reporter: while she's now getting attention for her famous love interest offscreen, her major love interest on screen was the girlfriend for neil patrick harris' character on "how i met your mother." the now 32-year-old starlet played opposite george clooney in a european commercial for spresso. but boniadi is not talking publicly. nor did she answer for our
comment. the spokesperson for tom cruise has denied all of the allegations in the "vanity fair" report. and the church of scientology has called them hogwash. the church says there was never any project to find a bride for my member of the church. lara? >> linsey, thank you. coming up, josh has "the play of the day." why these guys might just be the luckiest ducks ever.
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good morning, i'm eric thomas. san francisco firefighters are watching for hot spots after a two alarm fire in the mission district. flames engulfed the top floors of a victorian around 1:00 this morning. fires managed to put the fire out within an hour. no word on the cause. the red cross has been helping 26 displaced people. mike has the forecast. live doppler showing our lone shower moving into the central valley and moving away interest the bay area.
increase in sunshine and less likely to have thunderstorms this afternoon. live shot of 280 northbound in san jose earlier accident highway 85 has things jammed light up a little in the maze towards the bay bridge toll traffic now backed up through the maze. >> the news continues now with "good mornñ!ñcús
♪ and a good morning to you, america. a great crowd out there in times square. joining us this morning. and bookkeeping now. george, in charlotte at the democratic national convention. robin with her family in mississippi. our thoughts are with her and the roberts family. glad to have elizabeth vargas, along with sam and lara this morning. lara, you didn't have to -- >> lara? oh, lara? >> it's getting chilly again. what's hiding under that trench coat, lara? >> this is exciting. one of the hottest, new designers has created something very special for me. that's why i'm in a trench coat. we're not doing a segment on people who wear trench coats.
and nothing under them. there is something under. and there he is. there's joe zee. it's all for a big reality show. we have the big reveal of his creation, coming up, later in the show. in the meantime, i'll be in a trench coat. also, pippa and the city. she is popping up in all the hot spots. pippa is popping. does she have a new man? is she really hunting for a home? >> so many questions. >> what kind of transition is this? and back to school with a new bra size. >> oh, wow. that's surprising. >> for women in college. uh-huh. you changed that up. you were supposed to read that. >> you did it. and you owned it. and we're impressed by your ownership of it. big "deals and steals" in time for fashion week. tory johnson is visiting the program. hot stuff.
get ready to logon and buy it. it's only as products last. big news for wall street. the dow soaring after a new report the private sector created more jobs than expected last month. more than 200,000 thousand in all. dow up by triple digits. in philadelphia a man was taken into custody after a bomb scare threat. the plane was ordered back to the airport after the man allegedly called police claiming to have an explosive liquid. he is in custody. no explosives were found. and legendary nfl owner art modell has died. he was the owner of the cleveland browns who moved the team to baltimore in 1996, where they became the ravens. modell paid $4 million in 1961. he would sell it for $600 million. he also helped negotiate some of the most leucrative contracts.
he was instrumental in launching "monday night football." art modell was 87 years old. 400 families have been put on alert in southern washington state this morning, maybe forced to evacuate, as two fast-moving wildfires, you see them both here, rage out of control. fire crews have been working through the night with hand tools, bulldozers, trying to build containment lines to stop the flames. we'll have news as it becomes available. politics, tonight is president's big night. he'll accept the democrats' presidential nomination. earlier here on "good morning america," a top adviser told george in charlotte that the president will defend his record and the economic path he sees ahead for the country. last night, it was former president clinton firing up the convention crowd. arguing that americans are better off than four years ago when the economy was losing 750,000 jobs per month. also this morning, we've learned that best-selling children's author judy blume is fighting breast cancer.
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because i can't show you the dress. the microphone is under there somewhere. you can hear me. bear with me. we begin with this trench coated "pop news" edition with britney spears. she's looking so good on the cover of "elle" magazine, the october issue. inside a photo shoot that's supposed to be the superglam version of her life. in the recording studio, spending time with her fiance. in the interview, britney admits that she's the won who made the first move in their relationship. she looks so healthy, so happy in the pictures. she also says when it comes to fashion, she's all about comfort. saying it's hard for me to be like kim kardashian, with hair and makeup ready every time i go out of the house. she's more of a jeans and sweats type of girl. the october issue is on newsstands september 18th. you know how that works. the king of pop opens up in the october issue of "glamour"
magazine. 14-year-old it paris jackson says she will always be guided by her dad's memory. promising, i'm going to carry on his legacy and win an award for him. not sure which award she speaks of. but we do know she has her sights set on acting. and for more on this story, go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! really good article about her. and in the midst of all the questions and interests surrounding tom cruise and that piece on him in "vanity fair," katie holmes has been flying under the radar. now, we know why. boy, she's busy. the actress and designer are getting ready to show her clothing line for the first time at new york fashion week. today, we've confirmed that she's just signed a deal to become the first-ever face of bobby brown cosmetics. >> wow. she won't just be a pretty face, designing exclusive pieces for the line. she's really -- >> is that what you're wearing? >> this is what i'm wearing to the fashion show. yes. thank you, josh. finally, a big victory for shoe designer christian louboutin. his rival fashion house began copying the red soles he's used on all of his shoes since 1992.
he was seeing red. so angry, he sued rival french design house yves saint laurent for having the gall to market the similar shoe. if anyone puts a red bottom and the color on top. while the company cannot own the color red, it is legally louboutin's trademark. and that is "pop news". >> i'm not surprised about that. >> it's a fair ruling. and the shoes are pretty. >> they sure are. >> informative "pop news." it's awfully chilly in here. >> it sure is. sam, i think lara blames you. >> for the trench coat? well, you look gorgeous in anything you have on. a barrel, you'd be beautiful in. >> thank you. don't worry about it. >> thank you, sam. >> i can't wait to see what's -- that sounds bad. i can't wait to see what's under the coat, lara. i'm sorry. >> oh, my. >> this is not a good day for me. good morning, everybody. how are you?
one of the most important things we can all get behind is standing up for cancer, right? claire keller is here with me this morning because we've got a big broadcast up on every network tomorrow night. >> yep. >> what are we going to see? >> you're going to see performances by alicia keys, taylor swift, coldplay. you're going to see celebrities gwyneth paltrow, julia roberts, eric stonestreet, justin timberlake. >> if i'm sitting at home and watching the tv show, is there something i can do? >> you can call in. you might get one of the celebrities on the phone. you can donate to standuptocancer.org. and also make donations. >> thank you, claire, by the way. folks are wondering when that last tropical system moved through the gulf, would some of the oil that sank to the bottom of the gulf wash up onshore? and indeed some in grand isle.
and also, part of the coast is being looked at for that oil and shut down the fishing for a while today. now, we have another system that may churn up the waters in that direction. will it be named? will it become nadine? we'll watch it carefully. it will be a rainmaker for the gulf coast. and that place does not need anymore rain right now. one place that does need rain is the west coast. they're getting a little bit of moisture in the form of scattered showers. that will help in some areas with the firefighting. but it doesn't put the fires out, that's for sure.
>> we are live in times square. there's a lot set up out here. there's a lot going on. who are we going back to now? >> lara. >> thank you. thank you, everybody. fighting the elements inside the studio here at "good morning america." here's a look at what's coming up on our morning menu. pippa takes new york. all the scoop on her american adventure. plus, new school year, new body. why some college students are turning to plastic surgery. fantastic "deals and steals" just in time for fashion week. and all for you, our "gma" viewers. and we'll do the big reveal under the trench coat, coming up on "good morning america." and we'll do the big reveal under the trench coat, coming up on "good morning america." living with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and stop the damage with humira, adalimumab. for many adults with moderate to severe ra,
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he is a good little monkey and always very curious. one day george got an important letter... he's built a rocket ship to travel into space. google, how far is earth to the moon? moon is 238,900 miles... the great moment had come... ...3...2...1 [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] lara will be right out, my friend. welcome back to "good morning america." right now, the girl that's the toast of the town here in new york. pippa middleton, celebrating birthday number 29. happy birthday to you. right in the middle of her grand american adventure. going to the u.s. open.
to the hottest restaurants downtown. she's popping up everywhere. and abc's amy robach has that story. >> reporter: she hasn't even been here a week. but already pippa middleton has managed to take new york by storm. in a matter of days, she's popped up at some of the city's hottest of hot spots. >> she's making the most of what new york has to offer. but really doing all the things she loves to do. she's really trying to get into the way of life here. not just sight-see. >> reporter: wednesday, she was spotted at the u.s. open, watching andy roddick's career-ending match. on tuesday, pippa was the personal guest of tennis ace, roger federer, no less. but it's this picture that is sparking royal real estate rumors after paparazzi say she was apartment hunting. >> it's too early for pippa to think about moving to new york. she's very much a british girl through and through. i don't think there's any long-term plans for pippa in america. >> reporter: she hit manhattan's meat packing district, home to some of the city's most
exclusive clubs. and like any in the know new yorker, she spent the weekend in the hamptons where she was spied on in the company of a billionaire. >> i was surprised to the point ty said to my girlfriends, do you see pippa? it's pippa. >> reporter: what struck her about middleton, is just how down to earth the sister-in-law to the future king of england seemed. >> she was relaxed. she was smiling a lot. obviously, with her friends. not uptight at all. >> reporter: nothing seems to be slowing kate's little sister down. next up for pippa, royal watchers predict she will be parking her famous posterioren in in front-row seats for fashion week. >> our thanks to amy robach. now, so many college students are moving into their dormrooms right now. and some are showing up on campus with more than just a few new computers and new clothes.
they also have a new bra size. abc's paula faris is here with more on college-aged cosmetic surgery. good morning, paula. >> good morning. ironically, josh is nowhere to be found for this story, i understand, right? just the ladies. today's students are trying to improve their minds and bodies. in fact, more students than ever are opting for cosmetic surgery. we travel to california where a fresh start for two young coeds involved going under the knife. students are heading back to college. and the newest must-have at school may surprise you. it's not books or bedding. but breasts. kamen o'rourke is starting nursing school in california. >> i'm turning into this woman. i feel older. i just want to look older. >> reporter: as a teenager, her chest was the smallest of her friends. and while she loved her hips, she feels like her top half is out of sync with the bottom. >> i fully thought that my boobs are going to grow.
and they never did. >> reporter: right now, she's a 34b. and part of her concern is that one side is bigger than the other which is actually normal. but after surgery, she hopes to have a symmetrical 34c chest. >> i want a fuller chest because i'm a girl with hips. >> reporter: unlike calen, she's interested in a breast reduction. jamie was teased mercilessly in high school for her 34 ddd chest. but now, she's looking for the surgery to relief her excruciating pain. >> having these breasts, it's a burden on me physically. after a while, it starts to hurt. it causes wear and tear not only on your back. but your shoulders, your neck. >> it would be nice if we could be confident with the way we look. but that's not the reality. >> reporter: today, she's meeting with los angeles plastic kurgen, dr. tenially lawton, to
discuss her options. >> i know health benefits is one of the reasons for doing this. are there psychological reasons for doing it, too? >> getting made fun of in high school is still in the back of my mind. >> reporter: dr. lawton will have to remove a pound and a half of fat from each of jamie's breasts to change them from a 34ddd to a 34d. >> it's not about fitting into a perfect picture. it's about boosting confidence. >> reporter: dr. lawton also consults with calen before surgery. she puts on a special bra fitted with implants to get an idea of the financial outcome. three weeks after surgery, we meet up with the girls again. here she is before and after. she's now a c cup and feels her top half is as curvy as her bottom half. >> i feel better about myself. she's did an amazing job. >> you're already back in school. >> yes. >> reporter: are you more confident in the classroom? >> i have more confidence walking in there.
i don't think it's going to help me on my tests any. >> reporter: jamie is also ready to head back to school. here she is before. and here's jamie after. her ddds are now a regular d. and her shoulder and back pain are gone. when you look in the mirror now, what do you see? >> i feel like i can step into a room. and i can, you know, let myself go. don't feel like there's anything holding me back. >> you have so much more confidence right now. how is this going to affect you in the classroom? this is a fresh start for you. >> i feel like all of the things that were making me self-conscious are gone. i will never regret it. it's the best thing i've done in my life. >> reporter: jamie moved to tears, as you just saw. for the first time, people are looking her in the eye, instead of at other parts of her anatomy. it's had a profound impact on her physically as well. she's standing taller, physically taller. she's able to work out at the gym like never before. but both of the girls said, they thought about this for a very long time.
this wasn't just a flippant decision. >> a classmate of mine had the breast reduction surgery. it changed her life. all right, paula. thank you so much. let's head outside to lara. >> thank you, elizabeth. it will change my life when i get to reveal what's under the trench coat. we're talking fashion week in new york. stars are out in the city to kick off fashion week. and tory johnson is here right now with "deals and steals." in honor of such style. you need to go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! get the link. don't wait. everything runs out as always you have great, impeccable taste. and we begin. >> okay. comfort is king when it comes to fashion. although, probably not so comfortable for you wearing this on a 90-degree day. but that's okay. crocs is the comfort shoe. and we have a new assortment of croc sneakers. it looks like a heavy-duty sneaker. >> it's like a croc in a sneaker. >> there you go. there's an amazing selection. even more than what's right here. it goes from kids to adults. we have a huge selection available for all of our
viewers. normally, the big selection of sneakers ranges from $40 to $60. slashed in half, 20 to 30 bucks. amazing. >> they are huge. they're really beautiful aztec print is huge right now. you'll see it in every store. check out that color. it's so beautiful on you. >> might as well put a scarf on, too. >> you will never see these for this price. >> norrally these scarves are $48. we're slashing these by 71%. $14. >> wow. very cute. >> thank you very much. >> another "good morning america" favorite, zoya nail polish. there's five trios to select from. these were all inspired by runway. you'll see these colors on the runway this week and continuing
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>> it is. so empowering to women, too. >> it's 90 degree out. josh, help us out, bring it home. >> i wanted this. >> do you want to show that off right there? >> lara, what were you doing back there? >> what happened right there? >> apparently, they're really delicious. >> we're running out of time for the segment. so, i needed the test, for you. >> exactly. >> this is the fashionista dozen. d.c. cupcakes, a fabulous show on tlc. which features -- yeah, smell it. >> what? >> i think that's the lava chocolate one with butter creep. you get a big assortment of 12 cupcakes, red velvet, chocolate, vanilla. and lava fudge. the most amazing frosting. as you know. normally $29. >> delicious purse. >> it's a delicious purse. >> normally $29. slashed in half. $14.50 for the dozen. when you go online today to place your order, you'll get to select over the next several weeks, when you want it delivered. you order today.
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good morning i'm kristen sze. this morning memorial services are being planned for a california highway patrol officer. officer kenyon youngstrom was pronounced dead last night he was on life support after being shot had head during a traffic stop tuesday. the shooter was 36-year-old christopher lacy who was shot and killed by officer youngstrom's partner. >> right now commute update. very slow out of novato to central san rafael earlier accident at the central san rafael exit is the reason why it is bumper-to-bumper there. bay bridge toll lightened up a lot, minor delay.
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george is in charlotte at the democratic national convention. robin with her family in mississippi. sam, inexplicably bouncing by my side. we're happy to see elizabeth vargas. and lara's still in the trench coat. >> i can't wait to see this dress now. talk about anticipation. we're so excited to have luke bryan back with us. he stopped by to announce the cma awards because lady antebellum was stuck in a storm. i like that line, you're so damn hot. >> oh, well. >> singing that to you in the trench coat. >> the reason i was jumping, josh, is there's a slope to the platform here. and i never like to be that short when i'm standing next to you. also ahead, did you know that colonel sanders, harlan
sanders, had more recipes than just kfc chicken. i knew the drill. >> you actually knew the colonel sanders. >> my grandfather was a friend of the colonel. >> no joke? >> it's true. i did. it was when i was -- yeah. >> and you watched babe ruth play. >> and then dinosaurs roamed the planet. >> those pesky t-rexes. also, in a few short hours from now, it's time for "good afternoon america." and we're happy to have susie essman from "curb your enthusiasm." going toe-to-toe with d.l. hughley. and the long island medium with us, in the audience, doing readings and possibly for one of us. it's going to be a great show. >> and this one, "good afternoon america," 2:00 p.m. eastern, 1:00 p.m. central and pacific. samuel? >> well.
>> well, sam. >> time for lara and josh to do this. >> you've been asking to see what's under my coat all morning. >> all morning. i know. it's time, everybody. we want to explain what this is all about. this is a product of a hit show called "all on the line with joe zee." joe is the star of the show. he's the creative designer at "elle" magazine. he helps struggling designers get back on track. josh and i, somehow, were lucky enough to appear on an episode. take a look. one of the many designers, joe zee, whose successful line is in serious trouble. >> he's designing clothes that nobody will ever wear or buy. >> reporter: joe thinks he needs to concentrate on design that will appeal to the masses. that's where josh and i come in. >> i want you to design a suit
and a dress for lara and josh to wear on air. >> there's a certain way that we need to dress. and if it wasn't happen, we're not going to wear it. >> joe was saying one of your strengths is color. i should warn you, that might make me your biggest challenge. >> reporter: after explaining how we like to dress, he was off to design our tv looks. >> this is huge. like, big. >> reporter: with only three days until the big reveal, joe checks in. and is less than impressed. >> this looks too thin. that's going to be too revealing on national tv. what is this? this is a little like a diner waitress. >> that's exactly what josh did not want, bold colors. >> reporter: so, he decided to abandon the suit for josh altogether and focus their efforts on revamping my dress. after last-minute scrambling, it's finally the big day. >> i really don't know what lara
will think about the dress. >> neither do i. but it's time to find out with the big reveal. >> i'll bring the dress out. >> oh, no. >> all right. the time has arrived. joe zee, here for us. joe, she has been -- she has respected the process. but i think it's time. >> time to do the big reveal? >> everybody -- >> i'm nervous. and i know the dress. >> what do you think? >> all right. again, lara, what do you think? how do you feel? >> i absolutely love it. is this my virtual runway? >> oh, yeah. >> you were there when we were telling him what it is we wanted. what it is lara wanted and didn't want. what do you think of what he was
able to do here? >> i think the biggest challenge was to do something that was acceptable for morning television. it felt feminine and fun but not vulgar. >> he wanted to go more wild with color and print. it kind of doesn't look. and i personally say congratulations. i love it. i thank you. i'm thrilled to be part of your show. >> it was fun to have you guys. >> did you help him? is he a designer on the rise? >> i think he's back on track. he took a lot of the lessons. it was not easy for him. i can tell you, i'm so prepared to be a parent now. i think it's really good learning experience for all these. >> why couldn't he handle josh? >> he doesn't look good in bright red. we had to let it go. >> a bright red suit? >> no. but he was going to do something in a bold print color. >> that might have been tragic.
it was great to be involved. it was great to be a part of it. i think you look great. >> thank you. >> i think you look fantastic. >> he's going to do -- joe zee is styling me for the emmys. >> oh. >> that will be very exciting. >> you're going to have that, as well. we'll have the information there. thireaso by the way, all on the line, premieres monday night on sundance. and to see what joe zee says are the must-have items for fall. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and now, the final check of the weather. country, i hear st of country does have st of country does have theo cf filled wiback-stabbing, scandal and heartbreak, hat filled wiback-stabbing, scandal and heartbreak, hat bachelo pad." who will walk away with $250,000 on monday night, when the finale airs here on abc.
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[ cheers and applause ] they're back. and we're back. abc's amy robach talks to the chef putting a new spin on colonel harland sanders' dishes. take a look. >> when you hear the words colonel sanders, you think fried chicken. but it turns out, the concelone had a stash of secret recipes. edward lee is the chef at six ten magnolia. and he is putting a modern twist
on the concern's age-old recipes. thank you. >> thanks for having me. hello, everyone. >> way to get the crowd involved. and nothing says finger-licking good than peach cobbler. >> of course. i love to have fried chicken for breakfast. i don't know about you. after that, i love to follow it up with peach cobbler. this is a wonderful recipe. it's easy to make. starting with eggs and sugar. creamed in a bowl. put it together. really easy. i just cream it until it's nice and smooth. >> okay. >> going to add a little touch of vanilla extract. >> great. >> just a teaspoon. >> melted butter? >> melted butter. >> this is great. sugar, eggs, butter, vanilla, i like the ingredients so far. >> we know we have our wet ingredients. we're going to add our dry
ingredients, which is a little bit of flour, baking powder and baking soda. that gets mixed in together. and real simple, you add some of that into the batter. >> okay. >> and a little bit of milk. >> is that whole milk? skim milk? >> this is whole milk. we don't use skim milk. >> sorry. what was i thinking. >> add a little more of the flour and a little more of the milk. we go back and forth. >> i'll help you out here. >> help me out here. and we just mix that up for two minutes. and you'll get this lovely batter. >> that's beautiful. >> now, i have wonderful peaches. in the cookbook, you can make a big eight-inch pie. but i like to make them in little skillets. kind of like individual. >> and you don't have to peel the peach? >> no. i put them right in there.
and this is also good -- >> a little extra sugar. >> when you head into fall, you can make them with apples or fresh figs. wonderful. >> wow. >> a nice gloop of batter goes in. now, you take this. and guess what? a little more sugar. >> not? a little more sugar. >> not? th is this heavy cream? >> yes. >> and what i do, i add a little twist and make buttermilk whipped cream. it's two parts heavy cream to one part buttermilk. whip it up like you do whipped cream. >> finger-licking good again, right? >> yeah. >> that's great. now, we have meat loaf. this is from the colonel, as well? >> these are all in the book. this is wonderful. everyone loves meat loaf. everyone has their own version
this is interesting. it has horse radish in it. and one of my favorite recipes in the book is fried tomatoes. we've heard of tried red tomatoes. these are fried red tomatoes. you can start with the tomatoes on the side. have the meat loaf. >> and finish with the peach cobbler. thank you so much. and to find out how you can get your own free copy of th
[ cheers and applause ] we're back, now, with country superstar, luke bryan, who was here with us yesterday to announce the cma nominations. he's a nominee himself. his cd "tailgates and tan lines," he's going to perform a single from that in a few minutes. you're really psyched. you're going to be hosting country's night to rock.
who are you most excited to see that night? >> i have a lot of buddies on the show. eric church is a buddy of mine. he's on the show. and what was fun about hosting is, kimberly perry and i hosted. and we were out in front of the house pretty much the whole show. i got to watch all of the performances. i got to see little big town and faith hill. i'm drawing a blank on everyone else. >> that's going to be such a great night. >> it's a great night for country music. you know, when all the fans come in to cma fest, music fest in nashville, it's a special week for the fans and artists also. >> it's a special morning for us. you're going to sing your next single, "kiss tomorrow good-bye." i love this one. ladies and gentlemen, luke bryan. >> here we go. here we go. let's do it.
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♪ ain't gonna beg you to stay ♪ ♪ ain't gotta ask you what's wrong ♪ ♪ ain't no reason running after something already gone ♪ ♪ take off your leavin' dress let's do what we do best ♪ ♪ i guess everybody's got their way of moving on ♪ ♪ girl, rest your head one more time in my bed ♪ ♪ love me like you loved me when you loved me ♪ ♪ and you didn't have to try let's lay down tonight ♪ ♪ and kiss tomorrow good-bye let's kiss tomorrow good-bye ♪
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